2021 Paper Submission

Deadline: May 28, 2021.
Instructions for Authors
  • We strongly encourage submitting full articles (either primary research or review articles). Abstracts are acceptable if you have plans to publish full documents elsewhere.  Case discussions are a way to think through clinical cases and nutritional dilemmas with our group.
  • Please download and use the NAG Instructions to Authors file as a template to ensure your paper is formatted correctly.  You can see a formatted paper here.

NEW THIS YEAR! VIRTUAL presentations:

  • We strongly prefer pre-recorded videos, but will accept live presentations as necessary.
  • There are several options for presenting your information at our virtual conference.
    • Standard presentations are 12 – 15 minutes long
    • Short presentations are 5 – 7 minutes

    Your name (required)

    Your email (required)

    Submission title (required)

    1. Which session(s) fit your topic the best?
      Hold down the control key (command key on mac) to select more than one.

    2. Please upload your file(s). (required, max 7 MB)
      Please note that the proceedings will be printed in black and white.

      Accepts .doc or .docx formats only

    3. Please upload a featured cover image (wide/landscape format, max 5 MB).
      This image will be posted on our website along with your paper. Please ensure that you have the rights to share it. For examples, please see the images that scroll at the top of our home page.

      Accepts .gif or .jpg formats only

    4. Are you participating in the Roy McClements Student Keeper Competition?


      If you are a student or keeper, we encourage you to enter the Roy McClements Student Keeper Competition.

      In the space below (question 6), please provide the details of your student/keeper status and any publication restrictions you may have.

      NEW this year: There will be two student competitions this year:

      1. Full research papers with accompanying standard presentations
      2. Abstracts with corresponding short presentations

    5. Which type of presentation would you prefer?

      Oral - StandardOral - Short

    6. Is there any other information you would like to share with the conference organizers?

    7. Reassure us that you aren't a robot. Enter the text below: